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THE NEW DULY APPEAL
CARSON i TUESDAY I t I I I SEPT. 10 WKLLM, FARGO BANKING & CO.'S NEW MINING STOCK REPORT. (EYEXDIQ QUOTATIONS.) IV-ported daily, specially for the New Appcal, ot kick s fBTEU, Htock Broken, in Wells, r argo Jt uo s office, Carson. 3175 Meadow VaTyJ.M, 19. 19, 20 b30, 19 S3, 1 b). 19H, MH 10 Ravm'dfcEIy ..170. 173. las Eureka Con . 211. 415 Pioche 19j. s2, 20, 20 b30, aox. 12.T0 W tonkCreole..4, 4' b30. 35 Alps i,H. 4 HO Page 3V4, 3, itH, 3'i b30, 3 b30. :sl Star Con 50 i ts. ."ISO Condor 3, 3y , 274. :I2S Ingomar 1!. JU0 Ivanhoe .2. 530 Pea Vine 1)4, 1. 1230 Charmnn S5, 2H, i. rtSo Hfc Hunt 5I..6. 6!-j b.M. JfiO Bowery 3, S1, 31 b30. 135 Flag 1.5 4, 16, lti. 1040 Chief Hill 9,9 bj.tta W0. 20 Belmont UJ0. 100 Mocking Bird... l. 140 Newark 7 M, 8, 8 blO, 7. .'(00 Louise 90cts. 20 Cedarberg li. :U U Cnariutt 10X. 10. 2'i0 Mahogany 10, 10 . 30 Treasure 6. J 15 Cuu Virginia ..31, 32 hi. 33, 32. 43 Savage lil, 123 Si OJO, 124, 123, 123 ii. 1:10 Chollar: 65. 6S.C7, 68 b30. 1W) Btleher Ill- 110. 109)4, 109, lllSj. 200 Overman Hi. 01. 60. 59)4.- 123 Crown Point ...138, 140 bJU, 137, 142 H b30. 139. 1SS Ophir 69, 70 b30, 69 X, 70. 33 Alpha 37, 38. 103 Halct Nurc'ss .73, 78, 77, "85s, 70 s3. HOTEL ARRIVALS. OUISBY SOUSE B. H. MEDEB SON FBOPRIETOR9. R B V. Mahon k wife J W Haynes T W Leggctt M K Elstuer H Lowrey Win Price ST. CHARLKS HOTEL OEO. TCFX.T FBOPRXETOB J F Creighson P Willies U M ML-Beth E Brie kford J Mvor 0 W Andrews 1 C Lutte M Accu-ster E B Cutte G Wustefeld F Boyland V 8 Egleston G K plummer J Meldrmanu C Vong CARRIER'S NOTICE. Our patrons are hereby informed that Albert Mr lis is the carrier of and col lector for the Appeal. Persons desiring this paper left at their houses or places of business can be accommodated by no tifying him or applying at this office. STATE LAND OFFICE. I5y the courtesy of Gen. John Day, Surveyor General and Register of the Land Office of this State, we are enabled t furnish the following statistics from the records of his office: There have been applications made to purchase about iftW.000 acres of land from the State, iu accordance with the law regulat ing the disposition of lar is granted by the General Government to Nevada, and much remains yet unsold that has been approved to the State, and is awaiting a purchaser, and can be binght on nine years' time, paving annual installrnentts. 4ir otherw ise, according to the nature of the land. The office has issued 4S2 patents to lands sold, and the business of the department is constantly increasing, August 31st issuing 13. and 6 on Septem ber G. The machinery of this depart ment was got in motion in a feeble way iu 1S(!9, when about 5,500 acres were ap plied f-r; in 18lirl it ran up to 1H,2U0; to 37,120; in 1870 it fell back to 22.5uO; in 1871 it rose again to 86, WO, and thus far this year at the rate of more than 21)0,000 acres. The sales of most of this land constitute a fund to remain inviolate forever, for the use of the pub lic schools. The large room situated south of and adjoining their old office now constitutes fhis new department. Each apartment hits an independent front entrance from Carson street, but internally they are connected by doors, giving free access to tne isank or Express from tne interior. Ihe business of tne company has in creased beyond the capacity of their old building, consequently this change. The agent, H. F. Rice, has been to great ex- Dense in fitting ur this new room, which has been thoroughly overhauled and put in perfect repair. Ihe teller 8 counter is a thing of architectural beauty, conceived and drafted by John Ehrhardt, and bnilt by Mose Catlin. It is covered by a mag nificent black walnut slab and beauti fully painted and varnished. It is ad mired by all beholders as much as are the gentlemanly clerks who officiate be hind it. Yesterday they commenced do ing business over this counter, and from the amount of coin received and paid out it seemed people were bound the hrst day should be a grand banking success. Their new department nils a place much needed ; for with banking, insurance, expressing and stock brokerage the old room was much too small to accommodate them selves and the public. Tibeb. The R. R. Co. are shipping daily, an enormous amount of wood, tim ber and lumber to the mines at Virginia and Gold Hill ; besides what is brought down by the flumes, they employ a large lot of teams hauling timber and lumber from the mills at Lake Tahoe, and from M;irlett's mill in Little Valley. The completion of the road will decrease the freight on the productions of the nioun tains lying west of Washoe Valley, with out reducing their value in the market, thus benefiting the rancher and timber- men of that part of tho country. Rail roads may injure particular individuals. but they are mighty healthy for the whole community and the more we have of them, the better. Roberts The Stage Robber. We had the pleasure of interviewing Maj. Eggle- ston last night, and was much interested in the discription given by him, of his meeting the individual above named. uur readers will remember that some thing over a year ago, the SnsanviUo and Reno Stage was robbed by two agents of the road. Their object being to releive a certain U. S. Paymaster then on his way to pay on the troops in Idaho, of the greenbacks he was known to have with htm. The Major was the unfortunate Pay-master that had to hold up his hands and let them go through him. Robert's accomplice was shot by the driver, came near dying, turned States evidence, and convicted him. To-day the Major visited the State Prison and had a second interview with Roberts, but with happier results. He pronounces him a hardened villian,. keen, shrewd and calculating. He kindly told him all about the rob bery, as it had been told to him by Brewer, but knew nothing about it him self. It will be remembered that he was n the crowd that emigrated south last Fall, was shot and would have been hung by the people of Bishop Creek, but for his extreme youth, and was cared for by the officers at Camp independence on Owens River. He will be older when he robs the next stage, by some twenty-seveu years. Wood, This very useful article in do mestic life is terrible scarce and very high at present, ranging from nine to ten dol lars a cord in town, whv, we do not know, as nearly a thousand cords float down the flumes every day when they are float ing wood and a large amount cut in the mountains readv for shipment. Possibly that person who contemplated getting a corner on wood last year, has succeeded this season, and is acting the bull in the market. It is bad business to corner the necessaries of life, which all must have, and make a fortune out of the wants of the poor. For their sake we hope it will come down. Personal. Major V. S. Eggleston, Paymaster United States army, now sta tioned at Columbia District, and on the staff of General Canby, headq uarters at Portland, Oregon, arrived in town Sun day per special train. The Major is the special friend and schoolmate of our towsman Dell Crandall, and came to visit him from Reno, being on his way to meet his family who are returning from a visit East, and hearing the whereabouts of Dell he hastened to meet him. He gies to Virginia to-morrow to see Cran dall 's mother and sister. DRIESBACH IMPROVEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. It may not be generally known that A. B. Driesbach has not only the largest store, but one of the most complete stocks of goods in Carson ; but we are more particularly interested in improvements. permanent and substantial, than in his stock in trade, iiih establishment con sists of three large brick stores so arrane- ed with large doors cut through the walls as to admit the transit of the largest package of merchandise from either room with perfect freedom. The cutting of these doors is the latest mechanical im provement of the house, they are substan tially arched and ironed, neatly painted and give a splendid ventilation to the lower levels (Rube.s sleeping room). These stores (for in fact there are three in one) are so arranged with shelving that homogenious classes of goods ore kept together, avoiding confusion and mnr-h trmlVilp- trt rlprks. Wp wnlllrl srwalr r' , ...... of his narrow gougt railroad, and his WINES, LIQUORS. PORTER AND ALE large ana commodious omc.e, out those things are old, and we have too many new attractions now; for the Carson of to-day is not the Carson of 1868-9, but Abe will be glad to show you all those improvements, and tell you more and tell it better than we can. A. B. DRIESBACH CARSON STREET, - CARSON CITY 1AKALKR IN GENERA la MERCHAN- MJ man. FLOUR AND FEED, Hardware, Tinware Improving. Mr. Lachapcllo, landlord of the Warm Springs Hotel, who has been suffering for some days past with rheumatism, was reported last evening to be mending. So severe has been this at tack that he has been confined to his bed Glad to know that he is getting better. Coin. Yesterday paymaster Delle Crandelle of the V. & T. R. R. Co., paid off the company's employes at this place. and will proceed with his duty along the line to Virginia and the lit no Division. We shall hear more of him soon. The Democratic County Central Com mittee of White Pine county have ap pointed the following list of delegates to the State Convention of the party: Thomas Freehill, J. V. B. Perry, J, B. Kittrell, Dennis Daily, . W. Cole, r. Chamberlin, J. D. Patterson, C' H. Putchen, Levi Smith, Pat Casey, John Overback, Geo. W. Lamb, John N. Hicks, L. B. Brooks, Wm. Burke. Thos. Elitcroft, Henry Wall and John Wagner. Horace Gkkkley don't like Grant be cause Grant likes thoroughbred horses. The fact is, Greeley mistook Hank Monk's famous stage mules for horses ; and just because they caused that jerk water wagon to jounce his head up through the wagon-top he has profanely pronouncod anathema upon the whole equine tribe. Delegates fbom Elko. The concrete Elko County Convention elected the fol lowing delegates to the D. V. State Con- I vention: Wm. Rogers, D. B. MoDaniels, T. W. McGovern, R. Conley, II. T. Smith, H. C. Street, J. W. Fox, R. N. Lowe, J. B. fitch, b. i. Marx, A. B. Chapman, R. Crozier, A. F. Smith and Win. Gerard. CROCKERY. PLOWS, MOWERS AND REAPERS POWDER AN11 PUMK Wall Paper, Doors and Windows, Window Class, Paints, Oils and Varnish, Paint and Varnish Brushes, California Lime, Plaster Paris, Cement, Plasterers' Hair, Etc., Etc. DUT OOOIIS AND CLOTHINO. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! J. ROSENSTOCK'S GREAT CLOTHING STORE COUNTY BUILOIM, CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY I AM NOW OPKVTXO AND COX. stautly receiving a one aaanrtim ot of ' MEN AND BOYS' Fall and Winter Ming VUKE88 AND nilHINKHH RUTH IN TUB NtWEKf BTVU:. 1 Invite particular attention t car (full anu xiuileM' BOYS' SUITS. They are PRETTY, CHEAP and Dl'dAM f. I bare aim a splenJiil asanrtniput "f NATS AND CAPS K Uui wry Lat.t 1's.aioB) FURNISHING GOODS, ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC HOSIERY Trvnka, mt All Mlsm. MattrmaaM, Had ainir, Ktr. , WTl nam! the W stork of CMAKft. nffnn known brand, U, be found in the Mate, and lit. vili- the attention of nniinn r thrn-tn. 1-tf JOKKI'U KOHKNKTOCK KOPPEL ot PLATT. " WK HA VR J 1ST HUCKIVUD A lame suiil of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHINQ ALL THE LATEST STYLES And have also on hand Kino Boaror Malta, raahmoro Malta, Hrowdrlnth Malta, Hah, Cape, Ties, otr., ote.. And a large supply of BAY CLOTtMNfl, which wo oner or at th very lowust rata. CAM. ANI HKK. Parson City, 8eit. , 1M7J. It I have as large a stork of irooria ss anv house in uie iTaue, auu sin pn-pan-a to funiMli by Wholesale and Retail Every article above mentioned. yOoods delivered free of rhsrge. I- A. B. DRIKSItAf'H. OLCOVICH BROS.. D'ALKHS) tH DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS, SHOES, FURNITURE, ETC., ETC mHK LATRMT AMI BRMT MTVLRM M. snd patterns of thsm staple always balut. Ware of business Tom. f of OA TWO N an J Fol ltTH mrm-tn. t'arann nty. Ttmis CAMI1, and prhi a tn suit the times. l-tf l.VITt H UHort. LIVKRY STABLES. Oct City Repobtek. Mr. Charles Witherell will report local matters for the Appeal. Any assistance tendered Lin will be dnly apprediated. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. LIVERY STABLE CARSON STREET, OPPOSITE WEUS, FARBO , CO.'S EXPRESS, K 2 O O as u i 5 FOR COUNTYASSESSOR. T P. WINNIE ANNOUNCES HIM. f e self as a candidate for the office of Ah. 8. SH.ir of Ormshy county, sultjet-t to the action of the Republican County Convention. slO-tdff Returned. On yesterday the hunting party consisting of Charles Meder, Mr. Sessions and others, returned after hav ing spent some time in the delightful sport of (mooting around Washoe Lake Valley. They were successful in bagging a few ducks, but found the lake covered by Indians floating on a kind of tale raft, ko constructed as to float a single Washoe. These floats they place in the water. deploy as skirmishers at regular inter val, and then noat aoross tne lake shoot ing and soaring all the birds that come in their range, f or this reason our hunters were not very successful but had a de lightful trip and lots of fun. C, S. Branch Mint. Yesterday the Carson Hint received twentyfive thousand, four hundred and twenty-four ounces of mixed bullion, gold and silver, for refining and assay. On the same day, the Mint received a deposit of thir teen hundred and three ounces of mixed gold and silver from Virginia City, for coinage. To-day the Mint will com sil ver half dollars, and perhaps will run the press on that charaoter of money the en tire day. Finger Cut Off. Yesterday while Elbridge Bickford, a sawyer employed at Capt. Pray's mill at Lake Tahoe, was engaged in his duties at the edging saw. in attempting to remove a piece of bark mat obstructed ms work, got tne fore lin ger of his right hand caught in the teeth and cut nearly off ; it being mangled in a horrible manner and only hanging by a small piece of skin. He came to Carson and Or. Lee amputated the finger close to the hand. He will remain in town a few days before giving the mill another trial. Declaring Himself. Our very worthy friend and fellow Republican, Jacob Win nie, Esq., announces himself, by card, in another part of this dav's paper, as a candidate for the nomination, subject to the action of the Republican Countv convention, to tne omce of Assessor. This is the way to do business; if you want political preferment advertise in the Nkw Appkal. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. aHKMLEMEV DESIRING ELKO A NT X K apartment rn be suconimudated by apply ing at this office itii mediately. 1-tf ANTED SITUATION A MITVA tiuu as huuaekeeuer, or to do ueneral huiutework in a private family. The liest of references given. Apply at Mullur's Hutu. 1-9-lm fTlHK ITNDKRMIQNEn. HAVING lN- M. equalled farilitie fur cvrryiriK on his hunt- Dt-Mi. in now bt-ttvr uivfialvd thtati anv liv.pv tttrtble proprietor in Nevada (outaidv of VirKtuia uily) to aeconunoUale tne public will.. u u X (0 3 "i 4 (0 o o o O I ! M I it 9 3 s i 3 3 as. s if! s m ! W e y e at J. e hi tr as I CHAS. W. FRIEND, WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND EN GRAVER, CARSON CITY, NEVADA la BALER IN VAKE. WATCHES, KIL.VKK- Freight Hodsb. To-day the V. & T. R. R. Co. commedce framing the timbar for a freight house to be loouted at Car son. 1 hey nave a large force employed and will soon have the building ready to receive freight. District Court. District Court. Second Judicial District Ormsbv Countv. Judge C. N. Harris, presidimr. has ad journed until Friday, 13th September, at iu o clock a. x. Stmtm Court. In cose of W. W. McCoy vs. Bateman 4 Duel, decision rendered yesterday affirming judgment of Court below, Fine Jewelry, Clocks, ate.. And keeps constantly on hand the floest brands of Havana aad Domestic Clf laur anal CheM'lair Tul Pipes, Csitiery, HtM tloHery, etc irffurhrt, Jewelry. Mathematiral aad En gineering Inatnuuents carefully repsirsd and warranRsi. Jewelry of all Descriptions Made to Order. aVSiil icnl for the celebrated CRESCENT SPECTACLES, Carson City, Sept. . 1872. 1-tf 8AZERAC RESTAURANT! AMD LODGmO IIOTJMlE. Conaor mt Praetor suael Csuraaai mraafa WALKSB k JOHNSON PBOf IUETOBS THIS IS THE. MOST COMPUCTB and oonunodkms CHOP HOU8C in. Canon City; and its kitchen is riresiiliid ova by the beat cooks in the State, EUtOT ACCOMWOSATMSS lit FAMtlKS. KTVanrriar Loduine arranaatnenta hava ben added to f bis esUbliahmeat. , uiABWALaaa. vm. . MuuaKM. "UOQY AND CARRIAGE EQUIPMENTS FINE SPANS, Stylish Tarn -outs (all new), Nnpauier staaaie nonsrs, And evmylhtng thst s Arst-r)aas Livery Stable Is uppowKi to De proviaea srltli. Pirairs, Halls, Political GattMrlaga, raasraia, ecc. etc.. Supplied with vehicles and steady teams on the snttrusa notice. Acra-sa tn my stable caa be had at all hours of the day and night. A Stag to Lake Tahae leaves the sta. dm aaai-. TEBMS REASONABIX. I E a sr 1 c illarkel cosHia r CAMaix amd rwicToa msurs ta. carson cirr, nevasa Mat. Rinckle, Proprietor AT TRIM MAKHKT CAN AI.WA1N be found the ry bi si quality of Beef, Mutton, Pork and. Veal, I pun-hane and alauhl-r m own cattle an.t will have none but the te"t qiulily. Mi cus tomer can have whatever thee oni r d. Iivi nl at their bouses immediately after plir-'kai.-. mr i miui my own nusioess. 1-tf MAT. RlNCKrj- City Meat Hairkol Klsia; Straes, CITY MVABA fJpHB CHOICEST Ct'TM OP PHRNH Pork, Mutton, Veal, etc. A share of the patronage of the place is wdlc ited. J. M. BENTON. Proprietor. Canon, September , 1873. 1-tf Caa ahravs he KM at this market: alto, SI I K, BIUH COKNEIt bKKF fnf family use. By careful attention to business and nmsnpt delivery of all orders, when fhir-d, the under slimed, proprter if the city Meet Mariit. hopes to murit a share of pstnmas. OCXI DENTAL LIVERY STABLE Carsaa Street, CARSON CITY , , . .NEVADA THIS OLD ESTABLISHED AND widely known Stable has been lately reno vated, the old Mock called out sad replaced with flne young horses. Carris. of all descriptions on hand AT MOD. BKATK CHAROK8. Hi-rses boarded bv the DAT or WEEK on the KOWEST POSSIBLE TERMS. . N. B. We attend strictly to our own business. 1-tf , WIX1UK PAVIP, TAKE WARNINQ. THK V. al T. H. K. COMPANY ARE . anxloas to lake due precaution atrainkt arei. deats and lwa of life nmiltinc frotn running of their trains ; and they take Iks method of wan, las; pareala aud (Otanllans aKaiust Ihe danf m aMendlnit Ihe loo common practice "f children playing shout their ears snd loroBMBtlvra. Those hsvtas; ta charge the buetm-aa of the OMnpany Bud ti imnusasula to rrnauaus bo vs. wha fte quent the termini and atepptna piaeae of the rued from rltuiblac npon the cars and engines : end they will furl themselves obliged to resort V. more decided awumna If these aaaoyaacea are continued. Recent aceidenM, whirk ate wholly aaerlbatile to the carelessness of peraoas Jnmpiaii on and off the ears win n in molloa, anoalif be warnta- enough tn themselvee. l-tt U.K. VMHXaTON. sUf't .